While UK has been the leading european solar market for 3 years in a row and reached the 12 GW mark earlier this year, the need for accurate solar forecasts on the spot markets is growing. For this reason, Reuniwatt developed the Country Forecasts – predictions of the variable renewable production (solar and wind) of entire countries – for the United Kingdom territory.
Case study: Lack of flexibility in European electrical systems leads to deteriorated grid management
How solar forecasting could avoid negative energy prices due to high renewable energy generation. The German market was affected on May 8th 2016 by an exceptional penetration of variable (solar and wind) renewable energy sources (RES) into the grid. The latter represented nearly 87% of the country’s electricity production, causing the occurrence of negative prices of about € -144.78 on the spot market throughout the
Solar forecasts for energy trading have become vital, in particular with the arrival of direct marketing in France, and the gradual withdrawal of feed-in tariffs across Europe. The number of solar installations connected to electrical grids keeps on increasing around the world. A recent report from the American group Mercom Capital forecasts nearly 65GW of global solar installations for 2016. A growing injection of intermittent
Reuniwatt places its skills in the domain of solar energy production forecasting at the service of energy trading. Its dedicated products are presented at the next E-World energy & water exhibition, which take place in Essen, Germany, from 10-12 February. Solar power on the rise in German’s open market With a 36% increase of its directly marketed solar capacity in 2014, Germany marks a step forward in
Reuniwatt's first exhibition of the year 2015 will be in Essen, Germany. From 10 - 12 February, meet us at E-world energy & water, Hall 1 Booth 134. We will present you our dedicated solar production forecasting tools for energy trading. Do not hesitate to contact our representatives to schedule an appointment or ask for a free invitation to the fair. Etienne Buessler